learn more IZNES is a pan-European investment platform for UCI units and Blockchain record-keeping compatible with all distribution channels. Investing in funds has never been so easy!


Corporate Actions

Efficient management of various corporate actions: distribution of dividends, mergers & absorptions, nominal divisions.

Financial Reporting

Tax reports (e.g. IFU) automatically generated on the platform in line with the regulations.

Regulatory Stakes
IZNES facilitates your transition imposed by the new regulations.

A module for managing teams and user permissions.

Traceability & GDPR

The information is archived and auditable while complying with GDPR regulations.

Operational Support
A dedicated team to assist and support you on IZNES.
Private Blockchain

A proprietary protocol that ensures the privacy of users and their activities.


Possible via REST API and exchange protocols with the various market players.

Resilience & Cybersecurity

With its high quality of service for security, scalability and resilience, IZNES presents itself as one of the most secure commercial platforms on the market.

« Transformation is inevitable, it is better to drive it than to be overwhelmed by it... »(Source : AFG)

Why choose us?

Asset Management Companies

  • Simple and secure customer file management (KYC, LCB-FT, suitability and appropriateness)

  • Increased knowledge of the composition of fund liabilities and investor behavior
  • Reduced operational risks and costs
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  • Mutualization of the onboarding at the onset of commercial relationship (KYC / LCB-FT / MIF2 / FATCA-CRS)
  • Fast and secure access to a set of asset management companies and European financial products
  • Real-time view of the processing of transactions and positions (full reporting)
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  • Easy, fast and secure access to a wide range of funds
  • Reduced operational costs
  • Fully integrated solution via REST APIs
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IZNES is the result of an ever-growing communityPartners


  • Communiqué de Presse du 13 Janvier 2021

    Generali et le Groupe APICIL entrent au capital d’IZNES, plateforme paneuropéenne d’achat et de vente d’OPC[1] utilisant la technologie blockchain. Créée en 2017 par un consortium de six sociétés de gestion, IZNES est aujourd’hui soutenue par deux nouveaux investisseurs de renom qui entrent à son capital : Generali et le Groupe APICIL, via son fonds dédié Insurtech Capital. Ils deviennent respectivement le premier assureur et le premier groupe de protection sociale à entrer au capital de la Fintech. Ce partenariat stratégique donne un coup d’accélérateur au développement d’un nouvel écosystème en blockchain pour le traitement des opérations sur OPC.

    January 13, 2021
  • Technologies with a big impact on the funds business

    Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is going to be the catalyst of profound changes in the fund industry. Traditionally, post-market activities are not a sector that has benefitted from substantial investments within major financial groups, and the asset management post-market segment is no exception to this. As a consequence, players suffer from operational difficulties, particularly regarding distribution, and especially cross-border distribution. Capital and goods move freely and easily within the European Union, but this is much less the case for UCITS despite Europe being an immense savings reservoir.

    December 3, 2020
  • Revolution in the German Capital Market: Securities Become Digital

    The legislator has drafted a proposal for digital securities that could trigger a revolution in the German capital market. Four aspects point in this direction: First, securities are being detached from the paper-based certificate in a systematic way, thus dematerialized, which creates the basis for the digital capital market of the future. Second, in the future, there will be the possibility that in addition to the central securities depository Clearstream — which belongs to Deutsche Börse — other registers perform the same function. Competition is therefore guaranteed. Third, the legislator also enables issuers themselves — possibly even industrial corporations — to keep the register for their own securities. Fourth, the legislator is creating the necessary conditions under German law for securities to be issued on decentralized blockchain systems such as possibly Ethereum — the second largest crypto currency after Bitcoin. — Philipp Sandner, Johannes Blassl

    August 11, 2020
  • The Banque de France retains 8 service providers to experiment with its digital currency

    The Banque de France publishes the list of candidates selected for central bank digital money (MDBC) experiments in interbank settlements. Following the examination of the applications received on May 15 in response to the call for applications launched by the Banque de France, the following 8 applications were selected, in alphabetical order: Accenture, Euroclear, HSBC, Iznes, LiquidShare, ProsperUS, Seba Bank and Société Générale-Forge. This list gives pride of place to the historical heavyweights of finance, even with companies such as Iznes and Liquidshare recently created and whose shareholders are among the traditional banking players.

    July 24, 2020

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